Two Rivers Ranch - Conejos County, Sanford, CO

Two Rivers Ranch is 1,168± deeded acres in Conejos County, Colorado. Anchored by irrigated hay meadows, grazing lands, and water rights, it boasts great frontage on the Rio Grande and Conejos Rivers. Located in the Central Flyway, there’s good hunting and fishing, and the ranch is surrounded by vast amounts of public and conserved lands. Amazing wildlife includes elk, deer, ducks, geese, bald eagle, and sandhill crane. The mountain views are gorgeous and the water resources are vast. Cottonwoods and willows line riparian areas and there are wetlands created by irrigation, the Conejos diversion, and unique “warm springs”. Lying 15 miles southeast of booming Alamosa, Colorado, thousands of acres of BLM adjoin on the east, and 17,000 acres of a new State Wildlife Area lie across the river to the west.

Two Rivers Ranch has dramatic views of every kind, but the mountains and hills are the land features that get little mention since the focus is often on the beautiful rivers. To the north, you have the 4th highest summit in the Rocky Mountains! Snow-capped Blanca Peak is one of Colorado’s celebrated “Fourteeners” – 58 mountain peaks that hikers put on their bucket lists to climb. To the east, you see the Brownie Hills in the new San Luis Hills Wildlife Area. And back to the west, you have the Sierra Del Ojito, as discussed in the History section of this brochure.

About the area: In 1807, Captain Zebulon Pike came to the San Luis Valley exploring the Louisiana Purchase. With a crew of soldiers, he made his way six miles up the Conejos from its confluence with the Rio Grande, then built a fort and raised an American Flag. This historic location is less than two miles from the subject property, just up the Conejos River. You can visit it because the Colorado State Historical Society erected a dramatic stockade to commemorate the event. Today it is managed in conjunction with the nearby Fort Garland Museum. Interestingly, this description of the Pike’s Stockade also describes the western edge of Two Rivers Ranch perfectly; “…..…..a well-timbered spot on the Conejos at the foot of the 600-foot rise of Sierro Del Ojito, a promising lookout point, with a hot spring nearby that keeps water flowing year-round.”


  • 1,168± Deeded Acres
  • One mile both sides of the Conejos River; 1.25 miles of the Rio Grande River; One mile both sides of the Conejos diversion
  • Adjoins 17,000 acre wildlife area and 5,000 acres of BLM
  • Alamosa National Wildlife Refuge is 17 miles away
  • Productive hay meadows, improved grazing, water rights
  • Excellent hunting and fishing: elk, deer, ducks, geese, trout, and northern pike
  • Wildlife viewing galore, including Bald Eagles and Sandhill Crane
  • Cottonwood Bosques and willow stands line the riparian areas
  • A rare “warm springs” creates a wetland and feeds into the Conejos River
  • The warm springs area has a perpetual duck hunting lease on it
  • Learn more about this property, its investment potential and information about the area in the Property Brochure.


Fay Ranches has been providing brokerage and advisory services for the acquisition and sale of significant land assets since 1992. While not forgetting our roots as a sporting ranch company, we have expanded our focus and expertise to include the finest farms, ranches, timberland, plantations and vineyards from coast to coast. Over the last two decades, we have built a network of relationships including our Strategic Alliance with Texas-based Republic Ranches. We continue to lead the industry with our consistent ability to source land opportunities for investors and use our unrivaled reach and marketing platform to handle the sale of exceptional land assets.  Fay Ranches is headquartered in Bozeman, Montana with offices across the United States, from Oregon to Tennessee.

Two Rivers Ranch

Conejos County, Sanford, CO

1,168 Acres